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Adding a action to all alerts definitions  in ESX vCentre

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Our ESX 5.5 vCentre doesn't have the correct address or actions once triggered. There are about 30 definitions and I dont want to have to add the action to all of them individually.  Is there a way I can add the one set of actions and mail address to all alarms at once?
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